The Wagin Woolorama is held in early March every year at Wagin’s Recreation Park and Oval. It’s a huge complex that’s very busy during the Woolorama. During other times of the year, it’s quiet and away from town streetlights which makes it very convenient if you have a telescope.

There are some lights within the complex. To get away from all these lights, there’s an oval on the west side usually used for a trotting training track. This area is dark and very open which makes it great if you’d like to set up a telescope for the night.

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Facilities: One set of toilets in the Recreation Park are permanently open and there are many places for shelter. There’s also an RV Friendly site for self-contained campers.

Mobile coverage (Telstra): Good.

Sky Quality Meter Reading: 20.81 magnitude per arcsecond2 recorded on 2nd August 2019. What is a Sky Quality Meter Reading?

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